GOLF CART REPAIR
Like any other vehicle…proper maintenance keeps carts running at their best. We offer full service on everything we sell and golf cart repair for carts in need!
From a brand-new cart with a wobbly factory wheel to a classic 1967 Westinghouse in need of some TLC so it can run another 50 years, we service and repair carts of all shapes and sizes. Our shop and service technicians are equipped to handle both cosmetic and performance issues, and will quickly diagnose problems and identify solutions to get your cart up and running in no time.
As one of the very few shops willing to service any make and model cart, the RSC Team is skilled in a variety of repair work. Some of the many common repairs and servicing jobs we handle here include:
Below are the most frequently utilized services but we are not limited to just these. Contact us if you need a service that is not listed.
When a golf carts’ batteries are discharged too far, often due to long storage periods, most factory charges can not recognize them and therefore will not attempt to charge them. With the right tools we can put enough of a charge on the batteries to enable to factory chargers to take over. We then use a discharged to cycle to batteries to the optimal level before recharging. Sometimes it will require multiple cycles to recover a battery.
Battery recovery may or may not be sufficient for the customer. For many recreational users it is often adequate, but every time a battery is allowed to discharge too far, it suffers some damage and therefore will suffer some loss in capacity. We always recommend using a battery maintainer when storing your cart for long periods. The maintainer is designed for the specific voltage of your cart.
Please note: we cannot guarantee the recoverability of dead batteries or their condition after recovery.
Having issues charging your battery? Our custom-built charger test station allows us to run performance checks on a large variety of golf cart chargers. If there is indeed a problem with yours, we may even be able to repair it, saving you from having to buy a whole new unit.
Please note that or charger test station is only able to test certain makes and models of chargers. Before bringing yours down to our shop, it’s best to contact us to ensure we’ll be able to test your specific unit.
If you’re experiencing issues with acceleration, your electric motor controller may be to blame. Thankfully, RSC has a custom testing station capable of testing electric motor controllers, allowing us to see if there is indeed an issue with yours.
We are actively expanding the station so we can include more types of controllers. Please contact us to see if we can run a check on your specific unit.
Depending on the age, mileage and wear and tear on your cart, there may come a time when engine work will be required. RSC is fully equipped to do complete engine rebuilds in-house on most factory 2-stroke and 4-stroke golf cart engines.
Some of the most common rebuilding operations we handle here include:
- Cylinder boring/honing
- Valve and valve seat resurfacing
- Complete cleaning – including blasting of components
- Bear and seal replacement
Contact us today to talk about your cart, and if an engine rebuild is right for you.
The minimum service charge at RSC is $90, with hourly service rates running $110/hour after that. Charges for servicing and testing of individual components varies based on the needs of your specific cart. Contact us today and we’ll be happy to put together a custom service quote for you.
Depending on your service needs and the size of your fleet, we may be able to offer on-site service. Contact us today to learn more!